Adjust your blinds from the comfort of your seat without having to go through the effort of standing up.
It is a lamp or desk lamp that is controlled by your phone for when you need the light to get to your bed, but not once you are in bed.
A cereal (or whatever you'd like it to be) dispenser, that dispenses anything from the manual button, or from your phone.
By using your phone you can make is so that you can change your temperature of your old stick thermostat from anywhere.
This project was part of the Lane Tech HS Physical Computing Lab course. I created this project as part of the Home Automation / IoT project
Where did I leave my phone? Push a Button and an email will be sent giving you the Geolocation of your phone.
Receive weather updates directly to your mobile device from your very own weather station! Astonishingly quick & easy build with ☒CHIPS.
This project demonstrates how to use the various features of Blynk like Buttons, LED, LCD, Virtual Display with Onion Omega2p.
A smart Christmas tree controlled by your smartphone using Blynk and ESP8266.
Remote semi-automatic feeding machine using Particle Photon & Blynk.
With this tutorial, we will learn how to handle this fantastic little device, the NodeMCU ESP-12E and Blynk platform.
Many projects like this involve requiring a WiFi shield, or a Bluetooth Module. However, thanks to Blynk, all that is still possible.
A weather station based on ESP8266 +blynk
Anytime you want to visualize a precise place you just clic on the app and see due to this
Drive a 8x32 LED dot matrix module with a particle photon to display real-time weather or messages sent via the Blynk app.
Stay informed about soil-measurement by using Particle Photon.
This is the next step with an Particle Photon and softAP integration: cucumbers go online.
Checks if humidity threshold is reached and informs the user by using Blynk/IFTTT-services with softAP integration.
Potentially open your garage door from anywhere in the world!
In this simple tutorial, we will explore how to control a servo motor over the internet, using a smartphone.
This is a very simple project, were the main idea is to explore how to control servos via internet using NodeMCU and Blynk.
We will learn how to capture temperature data, upload it to internet with a NodeMCU and monitor it on a Smart device using a Blynk app.
In this article, we will introduce you to controlling real world devices using the Blynk system.
IoT with your robot at one place and your phone another, both connected via internet.
A collection of labs for the Texas Instruments + UIUC workshop. Spin a servo from the cloud with an MSP432 and Blynk!